5 Sources of Ideas for Creating Content for Your Pet Business Blog

Setting up a blog for your pet business can be a great addition to your online presence and consistently creating quality content is a hugely valuable asset. However, coming up with really interesting blog posts can be incredibly difficult. If you’ve got writer’s block or just don’t know where to start, try these ideas to generate fantastic content for your pet business blog: photo credit: Geoffrey Wiseman / Flickr 1. Imagine your ideal customer Your customers are the target of your blog, so why not start with them?…

A Startup Project That Will Make Guest Blogging Easier

Blogging is, hands down, one of the best ways to build strong authority in the certain niche.  This can mean a world for your fresh startup, or a new website that needs to attract internet traffic.  Even many powerhouse brands have benefited a great deal from the guest blogging. Still, some people look at this practice as a clandestine way to boost Google rankings and trick the almighty search engine deity. Pay no heed to such notions, because guest posts are not mere tools for self-promotion.…

The Secret Ingredient of Enduring Great Blogs

It is every blogger’s dream to build enduring great blogs like Copyblogger, Problogger, Mashable, Techcrunch, Huffington Post, SmallBizTrends and many others. These sites stand out tall as the kings of whatever niche they occupy. They attract attention, they command authority and they epitomize greatness. Little wonder they are the dream of every blogger. Darren Rowse – photo credit: Chris Guillebeau / Flickr But what makes enduring great blogs great? It was the great management thinker Jim Colins who first asked a similar business question to this; “what makes enduring great companies great?” He later went ahead to publish his findings along with Co-author Jerry Porras in their legendary book; “built to last“.…

How to Find Your Purpose for Blogging

I started this blog naijapreneur on my 26th birthday in July 2010. It was my birthday gift to the world, a principle I learnt from Seth Godin. In those early days, I went about the blogosphere leaving comments on a couple of blogs here and there. Before long, the favours started to return themselves back on my blog. I gained comments after another from fellow bloggers whose blog I had visited. That was my first experience with trading comments. photo credit: Christian Schnettelker From trading comments, I began to notice certain bloggers whose personality I liked and wanted to be friends with and hopefully, eventually collaborate with.…